Dude/Suidlander/KVZ split from Uhuru

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Centre (April 28, 2008, 01:03:45 AM):
I think that this was a good debate, but it has definitely reached its end.(Unless someone comes up with some fresh arguments(especially the uhuru sceptics, because like i said earlier they only criticise other peoples views without sticking their own necks out) Only time will tell now. May God bless our beautiful country.
Mefiante (April 28, 2008, 12:19:39 PM):
(Unless someone comes up with some fresh arguments(especially the uhuru sceptics, because like i said earlier they only criticise other peoples views without sticking their own necks out)
If I bungee-jumped off an ivory tower, would I, in your estimation, be sticking my neck out far enough? Or would you have me wear a guillotine as part of the stunt?



Only time will tell now.
Time, as measured by the gradual extension of one’s neck, presumably. That means they attached the bungee cord at the wrong end.



May God bless our beautiful country.
I don’t think s/he’s listening. Nor do I blame him/her, given the generally inane drivel on offer here.

'Luthon64
Centre (May 16, 2008, 11:49:28 AM):
During the last month or so there has been at least 3 reports of ATM bombers robbing ATM's in groups of 20+. The one instance it was a group of THIRTY(!). To me acts like these doesn't fit the definition of crime, but terrorism or guerrilla warfare. In SA a ATM gets blown up almost every day. Our legal system will battle with handling a case with 30 accused. Sounds like a job for the army. Terrorists rule SA and its getting worse. Xenophobia is getting out of hand as a result of Mbeki's quiet diplomacy. Food prices are on the increase. A hungry mob is an an angry mob!
Mefiante (May 16, 2008, 14:10:52 PM):
To me acts like these doesn't fit the definition of crime, but terrorism or guerrilla warfare.
Sheesh, how silly of me! There I was, thinking that a pretty strong case could be made for ATMs being blown up not as acts of rebellion and/or wanton property destruction, but for the rather more seedy purpose of getting at the cash stored inside.



Sounds like a job for the army.
Hmm, yes, the army does have easier access to more powerful ordnance and in greater quantities but the cash might then become shredded and unredeemable.



Xenophobia is getting out of hand as a result of Mbeki's quiet diplomacy.
I’m a little confused here. I understand that Mbeki could have approached many things quite differently to the greater benefit of all, but you’ll need to clarify how his political conduct condones or encourages xenophobia.



A hungry mob is an an angry mob!
Hey, I know that song too but I don’t remember it mentioning any “uhuru” or acts of terrorism.

'Luthon64
scooby doo (May 31, 2008, 11:34:23 AM):
Well, well,well,

Once again the 'suidlanders' have managed to cause an outburst of emotion. I sit here and wonder if The Dude did his homework. If you need to have a controversial outlook, all you need to do is google (Suidlanders, Tanya, Du Dreez, Gustav Muller).
Sit back and discover that there is a wolf in sheeps clothing. When you're not looking and you are comfortable... this wolf will jump up and bite you in the ass.I too believe there is trouble brewing... but I will check out who is going to lead me to the promised land. Before you debate this subject you need to make sure you have done some serious research. The "Suidlanders" are just sheep, looking for a safe haven. It is with prejudice that I even mention this topic. Dude... look around before you dis someones opinion.
You are being lead around by the nose.... as the saying goes... the blind leadiing the blind!!!!! It is a joke!

Scooby Doo

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